The Second Street Project in Odessa was discussed at Monday night’s Board of Aldermen meeting. Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with City Administrator Jon Holmes:
The Board accepted a revision to the Capital Plan that allows them to move forward with a cost-share program from the Missouri Department of Transportation. If approved, the City will receive about $600,000 dollars. The project will widen one of the main streets in Odessa, as well as add curbs, gutters, and sidewalks.
The Board also decided to leave the parking situation on Johnson Drive as it currently stands. Parking is not allowed on any street. They contacted all affected residents, and response was split between being in favor of and opposing allowing parking.